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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I'm typing this on a Kinesis Professional QD, and it's great. It took me about two weeks to get totally comfortable with it, but I've been using them for four or five years. I highly encourage you to remap the thumb-accessible keys, as heavy thumb use is a good thing, and the default left thumb keys (backspace, delete, home, and end, at least on mine) are not so useful.

    I also suggest creating a '_' key somewhere, so that when typing in identifier names in your program, you don't have to use the shift key.

    My main complaint about the keyboard is that the shift keys are still pinky-pressed. Also, the F-keys are not easy to press.